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SYNO aqua | aquamarine | cobalt blue | ...
cobalt blue {noun}
кобалтово синьо {ср}
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Translation for 'cobalt blue' from English to Bulgarian

cobalt blue {noun}
кобалтово синьо {ср}ЕС
Usage Examples English
  • The building has orange walls with cobalt blue Talavara ceramic tiles and a façade decorated in mortar work.
  • The ceramic stoneware of La Roche (cobalt blue pottery, glazed with salt) is a local tradition known, initiated in 1836 by Henry Hoffman, a native of Ransbach in the Duchy of Nassau.
  • Cobalt violet is a synthetic pigment that was invented in the second half of the 19th century, and is made by a similar process as cobalt blue, cerulean blue and cobalt green.
  • The father of Sela Allen, his wife and daughter were captured by Cobalt Blue.
  • In the eighteenth century, the developing science of chemistry deliberately tried to expand the range of pigments, which led to the discovery of Prussian blue and cobalt blue.
  • The colours utilised in these paintings are 'red, cobalt-blue, dark-blue, yellow, white and black'.
  • The dark navy blue trousers and mess jacket with cobalt blue cuffs, epaulettes (with ranks) and lapels clearly identify them as being members of the Police Force.
  • Seurat's palette consisted of the usual pigments of his time such as cobalt blue, emerald green and vermilion.
  • China imported the minerals for Cobalt blue from the Islamic ruled Persia to decorate their blue and white porcelain, which they then exported to the Islamic world.
  • Much of "lapis lazuli" stones were earthed in modern-day Afghanistan which were used in Chinese porcelain as cobalt blue, later used in ancient Mesopotamia and Turkey.
  • Other merchandise made available included a shot glass in cobalt blue with gold logo, key chains and pins, a book cover, 'magic rocks' sets, journal, and a set of bookmarks.
  • These are created by coloring the glass with a dopant; which is often a metal like cobalt (blue) or chromium (green).
  • In the late Joseon period (late 17th century) blue-and-white porcelain became popular. [...] Designs were painted in cobalt blue on white porcelain.
  • The drums were colour-coded according to which Enigma rotor they emulated: I red; II maroon; III green; IV yellow; V brown; VI cobalt (blue); VII jet (black); VIII silver.
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